2000 Dodge Durango Sport
5.2L, automatic, 2WD, 197K~ on the chassis, 60K~ on the engine/trans
Just thought I would see if there is any interest...
It is a white 2000 Dodge Durango Sport, 318 V8, auto trans, 20" Player "853" wheels with white center caps, gray cloth interior, tinted windows, Clifford alarm (just installed), new wipers, fresh tune-up, "cold air intake" and I replaced the factory muffler with a glass pack, has a REALLY nice tone to it! It was a Texas vehicle up until a couple months ago when I purchased it. The body/chassis has over 200K on it but the engine/trans only has about 60K miles on it. I am pretty sure I still have the receipts from the salvage yard where I purchased the engine/trans. It was a professional job, done by me, nothing "rigged" everything is PERFECT and looks 100% original.
The system (which recently did a 150.2 @ 34hz) consists of the fallowing:
SoundStream TRC.6n's (Two sets, no crossovers or tweets in the rears)
FI BTL 18" (fully loaded) D2, 3-slug motor wired to 1ohm
Digital Designs Z1 (1/0 wire with 1/0-4awg adapters, clamped almost 5Kw when I was doing "Basic 4")
C&D Tech UPS12-310FR under the hood
2) C&D TecUPS12-350MR's in the back (false floor cut out, the sit about 2" above the floor)
Dual alternators (stock and 300A Ohio Generator)
5 runs of 1/0 to the rear batteries (3 positive, 2 negative, 1 negative also from rear batts to frame, positives have split loom covering)
KLMX wiring except from the alts to front buss bar, that is MONSTER cable 2/0
all 100% pure copper lugs/studs, aluminum plate bars, washers, wing nuts.
can't remember the box right now, I want to say 7ft^3, 3 - 6" Flared Aeros tuned to around 35hz IIRC
Amps are mounted to the seat backs (screwed into the METAL seat back so they are STURDY!). this system DEF. has more in it! the box has no corners, no resin, no bracing, the vehicle has no sound deadener and I pulled those number ate about 3800 watts so there is still a solid 1Kw left in the amp.
with 200K miles, KBB puts it at $4K in "Good condition" and $3300 in "Fair Condition"
with 60K miles, KBB puts it at $6K in "Good condition" and $5300 in "Fair condition"
in all honesty, underneath the vehicle looks brand spanking new! there is a couple dents/dings so I would say it is between fair/good myself so split the prices and call it $4300-$5k for the vehicle. has a good $2K~ (what i paid for it, like $4K+ retail) in stereo equipment and has rims and an alarm so I will say... $5000
KBB defines "good" as:
* Free of any major defects.
* Clean title history, the paints, body, and interior have only minor (if any) blemishes, and there are no major mechanical problems.
* Little or no rust on this vehicle.
* Tires match and have substantial tread wear left.
* A "good" vehicle will need some reconditioning to be sold at retail.
KBB defines "fair" as:
* Some mechanical or cosmetic defects and needs servicing but is still in reasonable running condition.
* Clean title history, the paint, body and/or interior need work performed by a professional.
* Tires may need to be replaced.
* There may be some repairable rust damage.
I will try to get new pics with the rims soon, they are not on it right now but should be shortly... for now, here is what I have, the front has been fixed, P.O. tried to turn around and rubbed a car. no structural damage AT ALL, just cosmetic and it isn't bad. I straightened out the bumper and what not...
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